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Old 10-30-2013, 10:05 PM
 
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crown has broken off with tooth and post from root canal still attached little bleeding no pain. can it be re-cemented back or not?
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Old 10-31-2013, 12:55 PM
 
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crown has broken off with tooth and post from root canal still attached little bleeding no pain. can it be re-cemented back or not?
If it *broke* off, then no, it can't be re-cemented back on. If it -fell- off (like, if the cement degraded and it got loose and there's nothing wrong with the crown itself) then it -might- be re-cementable. You won't know that for sure though until you visit your dentist. In the meantime - if it is *not* broken...if it *did* just fall off - then you can hold it back on temporarily with a denture fixative (like Fixodent or Polydent or Dentugrip). You'd use no more than would fit on the head of a pin - any more than that and it'd get sloppy and gloppy and won't stick.

You'd want to take the crown out to sleep, clean it and re-place it in the morning. You can do this for a few days while you wait to see the dentist.
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Old 11-15-2014, 03:31 PM
 
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Hello. I'm in the year of 2014. Is therefore any more dental health concerns? K.
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Old 11-15-2014, 04:02 PM
 
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I visited a Dentist, had my tooth capped. Less than six months later, capped fell off while chewing on sticky edible substance. I want back to the dentist who implanted the cap on tooth. The dentist doctor said I will need to pay off the same amount of dollars to get sane procedure done. Flabbergasted.
Firstly, procedure cost a thousand dollar, secondly after 14 months of cancer treatment and a lost, missing cap then comfortably sanely able to have the dentist remedise her dental treatment's, requesting more money. Thirdly, it is only her dental treatment works were a clause. Because all the other tooth caps (two teeth) worked by my original dentist (whom retired) never, ever, ever, ever defaulted ( fell out, chipped, or swelled of any sort).
Thus, new dentist told me "if you bring the fall out cap back and had came in sooner", allbeit none the latter. Even though I cried out to her and explained all scenarios. Unsympathetic, had me walked out with a solution to see a lower budget health dentist practice.
This second dentist doctor treatment does not want to pull out the tooth, not at all wanting to touch it, because "tooth is still alive". Gave me xrays and to take to an orthodontists with an x amount of ($0000.00) dollar's. I give up, any solutions? Comments?
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Old 02-13-2019, 09:05 PM
 
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I got my implant last year and this month I got my temporary crown. My temporary implant crown make noises while eating. It is normal or not?
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